Devon Arthurs, 18, was arrested after leading police to the bodies of his two roommates. He told officers he killed them because they disrespected his recent conversion to Islam. Tampa Police Dept. via AP hide caption

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Florida Killings: Radical Islam And The Far Right, Under One Roof

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Mildred and Richard Loving in 1965. AP hide caption

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"Equal protection for Negroes"

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Married in 2008, Angela Ross (center) and her husband D.J. live in Copper Hill, Va., with two of their five children, Jordis, 11 (left), and Marianna, 7. More than 50 years ago, their interracial marriage would have been illegal in Virginia. Hansi Lo Wang/NPR hide caption

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Interracial Marriages Face Pushback 50 Years After Loving

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Most people in the world have never experienced the taste of the kind of tortillas Hilda Pastor makes using heirloom corn. That's because of the rise of mass-produced instant corn flour. Marisa Peñaloza/NPR hide caption

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Yalieth Gonzalez and her baby Micaela Delgado at the Maternal Infant Studies Center at the University of Puerto Rico. Marisa Penaloza/NPR hide caption

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Living With Zika In Puerto Rico Means Watching, Waiting And Fearing Judgment

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At the Germán Rieckehoff Olympic Village in Salinas, Puerto Rico young athletes train in this swimming pool. Greg Allen/NPR hide caption

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In Competitive Sports, Puerto Ricans Gain A Sense Of Independence

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The Capitol of Puerto Rico, Capitolio de Puerto Rico, in San Juan. Puerto Rico is under federal control, but isn't allowed voting representation in Congress, and residents can't vote for president. Greg Allen/NPR hide caption

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Puerto Ricans Reflect On A Century Of (Limited) Citizenship

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Toronto has become home to many new people. Carlos Pacheco/Flickr hide caption

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For A Stark Contrast To U.S. Immigration Policy, Try Canada

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Sergio Mucino was charged with harboring unauthorized immigrants after U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement raided his four Buffalo, N.Y., restaurants, but critics say his illegal workers have suffered much more than he has. John Burnett/NPR hide caption

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How Kitchen Raids In Buffalo Sent Shock Waves Through Immigrant Rights Community

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Surge Of Cuban Migrants Arrive On U.S. Shores

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Cuban migrants Arnalbis Rogel (left) and Modesto Morales arrived on a boat in Florida on Sept. 7. Morales was the navigator. Melissa Block/NPR hide caption

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Improved U.S.-Cuba Relations Are Creating A Surge Of Cuban Migrants

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North Carolina voters (from left: David Cuthbert, Kristine Martin and Jack Lawrence) and members of the The Heart congregation, a church in Boone, N.C., all described their Christian beliefs as central to their lives. Tom Gjelten/NPR hide caption

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Religious Voters May Lean Republican, But Feel Conflicted About The Candidates

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Edson Escobar, 16, (seated, left) and his brother Alex Escobar, 18, (right), with their grandparents Ricardo and Sara Tejada in central Virginia. Edson and Alex came to the U.S. from El Salvador separately two years apart to escape their abusive father. Marisa Penaloza/NPR hide caption

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Halt On Juvenile Immigrant Visa Leaves Thousands In Limbo

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Nick Wilson (left), at his ordination last month, is given a framed sign from Pastor Matt Johnson that reads "Just As I Am," the title of one of Wilson's favorite hymns. Bill Campbell hide caption

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Acceptance Grows, Slowly But Steadily, For Gay Evangelicals

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David Padilla with his daughter Sasha after being released a halfway house. This was his last step to returning home after nearly two decades in federal prison. Isaac Turner for NPR hide caption

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'It's Just The Beginning Now,' Says Man Freed From Serving 2 Life Sentences

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